Amber Valley is centrally situated and easy to reach with excellent transport links, offering the ideal base to stay whilst exploring the local area, Derbyshire, and beyond.
Located in the heart of Derbyshire, the area is easily accessible from the M1 and A38 and the arterial road network. View a map of Amber Valley.
From the north and south, the M1 runs parallel to the eastern boundary with access at junctions 26 and 28. the A6 gives access to the major trunk roads via the A52 and the borough is crossed by the A38.
There are stations at Alfreton, Ambergate, Belper, Duffield, Langley Mill and Whatstandwell. Mainline routes run from Edinburgh to London and Liverpool to Norwhich crossing the borough.
The Derwent Valley Line website provides useful information for rail users visiting the Derwent Valley.
National Express coaches serve Derby, Belper, and Chesterfield.
Amber Valley is served by direct frequent bus services from surrounding towns and cities including Derby, Chesterfield, Nottingham, and Manchester. Rural bus services run frequently to villages. Find out more on the Trent Barton Buses website.
There are regular scheduled flights throughout the year from domestic and European cities to regional airports